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'8 ♪ ♪ >> cheryl: welcome to "beyond the headlines," i'm cheryl jennings. we're exploring gun violence. discuss ways you can talk to your children no matter what age about the painful realities about the violence. about six weeks ago 20 children and six adults were fatally shot at a small elementary school. sandy hook shooting was one of the worst shootings in history. our reporter filed this report. >> worried. >> it's the community that is still anxious as their children return to school in newtown, connecticut. classes were back in session except sachbd did i hook elementary where 20 children and six staff members were murdered on. >> a lot of people don't want to be here. >> to send our children to school, we wanted to see them back. we want them to come back home. we want to hold them and hold them and hug them at the end of the day. >> meantime, a welcome sign hangs across the street from the shuttered middle school that is being transformed for students. >> i hope they are able to cope with it. i don't know if they already ready to go back to school anytime soon. >> for
♪ ♪ >> cheryl: welcome to "beyond the headlines". i'm cheryl jennings. today's show looks at the importance of being prepared for the next major disaster. natural and human caused disasters can happen without warning. our guest today will show us how to protect our belongings and find a safe place for our pets. the biggest challenge for americans is complacency. here a public service announcement. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> cheryl: joining me in the studio is kelly houston, assistant secretary of communications with the california emergency management agency. >> we used to be the governor's office of emergency services. >> cheryl: but now you are an umbrella organization. >> right. after september 11th there was the office of homeland security that was formed by then governor davis and that focused on terrorism issues. then there were the services but the two have merged together and we collaborated on everything. >> there is so much information. the thing that struck me was a list to get your family prepared. it's like a contact list. people think it's a lot of work.
. cheryl: by the names that you like is what you are saying. so the volatility index one delicate of vix index they say to a one to buy into the market? what you say? >> i do say that is what they're looking at it is a tale of two worlds. if you separate the dow jones and s&p goes in nasdaq and look at that with the russell 2000 it is a bearish world. you have the two worlds and so for the problem is if you sell the s&p and the dow since the beginning of the year the market comes back but the vix index is whipping around back and forth if investors try to find out what is really going on. it doesn't hurt europe trying to lower interest rates. it could act as a prop and low commodity prices i have yet to see over the long term. cheryl: even the volatility is flawless style. -- volatile. let's go to the nymex. the global economic story take your pick whether eastern europe or try not -- china. usually this time we have the opposite story. what is your take? >> we do have the demand far below what people are expecting that we have seen a weak demand in gasoline and we will see that again. t
's critics going into the critical care business. the good doctor, manny alvarez are cheryl and dennis and whether to trust health to a drugstore clippic. dagen: a honey pot that tracks hackers, and you won't believe how many took the bait on this one. a fascinating interview ahead on "markets now." ♪ this is $100,000. we asked total strangers to watch it for us. thank you so much. i appreciate it. i'll be right back. they didn't take a dime. how much in fees does your bank take to watch your money? if your bank takes more money than a stranger, you need an ally. ally bank. your money needs an ally. ♪ dennis: i am dennis kneale. cheryl: hello, everyone. i am cheryl casone. jobless claims at a four-month high. one day before the monthly jobs report. we have a guess that says do not fight the bank in japan, profit from it. dennis: the money trap a trap to catch hackers. cheryl: walgreens clinics going into the critical care business. doctor manny alvarez of head. dennis: the dow in the green despite some lackluster news. >> a disappointing number from the adp yesterday. as you can se
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law but under the influence of drug charges and facing hit-and-run and resisting arrest. >> cheryl: thank you. >> sky7hd takes us to breaking news a deadly accident near the altamont pass. one person has died. another suffered very serious injuries when a car went off the road apparently off the overpass of the railroad tracks along interstate 580. it happened around 3:00 p.m. and crash is not blocking lanes but traffic is slow along westbound 580 because drivers are slowing down. >>> it has been a wild weather day today. most people were prepared for this morning's rain and check out all the umbrellas as people headed to work. and it slowed the morning commute. here is a live look at current conditions in san francisco from mount sutro camera. no rain right now. let's get the latest from meteorologist sandhya patel. >> let's check out live doppler 7-hd. you notice we have a few showers still east of san jose in the hills and very isolated in nature and not going to bother us. we're not expecting any more rain this evening. it's all moving out. this morning, as cheryl mentioned it
. ameriprise financial. more within reach. cheryl: coming up on noon eastern time, "markets now." former reagan economic adviser david stockman taking a pessimistic view of our economy. he says the fed is blowing up the markets with phony money. fox business was the only business network to bring you the arrest of the s.a.t. executive on friday. today we'll show you just what this means for s.a.t.'s chief steve cohen. big business and immigration. compromise is forming quickly but some say the president need to jump on board. and shakespeare not in love with taxes. new findings show he wasn't a big fan of paying his fair share. join the club, william. it is the top of the hour. stocks every 15 minutes and it is the first trading day of the second quarter. nicole on the floor of the new york stock exchange. the markets have a bit of volatility this morning. >> that's right. economic reports, some better than others and also abroad, not only here at home but also china and the like. we started off the day in the green. right now talk about what we're seeing on the boards. the dow, nasdaq and s&p
for apple. dagen: that's right, dennis and cheryl talk about what apple has to do to regain the faith of investors and make their products, well, cooler than they are right now. ♪ ...amelia... neil and buzz: for teaching us that you can't create the future... by clinging to the past. and with that: you're history. instead of looking behind... delta is looking beyond. 80 thousand of us investing billions... in everything from the best experiences below... to the finest comforts above. we're not simply saluting history... we're making it. ♪ dennis: this high noon, i'm dennis kneale. cheryl: i'm cheryl casone. two stocks affecting the dow now, down 58 points with a bear coming up who worries the bottom is about to drop out from the yearlong ware. dennis: bears always worry. we have an apple panic, investors dumping the shares, not waiting for the earnings report, down 40% from the sent highs issue and ahead, what apped has to do to regain faith and make products cool again. cheryl: the president honoring the marathon bombing victims, and interfaith service underway just a mile away f
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the suspect from hurlgt anyone else. >> cheryl: thank you so much. >> a heavy wave of april showers hit the bay area today. this is 280 on the peninsula where the san francisco skyline as you can see was obscured by clouds. east bay seemed to get the brount brunt of the storm. grounds keepers at oakland coliseum prepared for the home opener. that gets underway in about an hour from now. spencer christian is here with live doppler 7-hd. >>> looks like the game will be getting underway under dry conditions. we have dry weather all across the bay. one patch of moisture showing light, spotty scattered showers. it's right here over the mount hamilton area moving away from populated areas. folks at home are probably not seeing any rain right now. nice generous dose of rainfall. two day rainfall totals, pretty impressive. over an inch in santa rosa and st. had he lena and over an inch at ben lomond mountain. east bay and south bay, very modest rainfall totals, barrel over .2 of an inch and under .2 of an inch at san jose and mountain view. more coming up, more rain on the horizon. >> dan: the
. cheryl: i am cheryl casone it may be the faa furloughs aren't a good idea after all. now they're rethinking the furloughs. we are live at the airport with the latest. dennis: and you will go one-on-one. cheryl: i will go one-on-one with southwest ceo gary kelly. and he will be talking about the companies outlook for the month of april. dennis: congress wants to exempt itself from obama to regulations and that outrage ahead. cheryl: mortgage deductions in the crosshairs. we will be live in washington were some want to cap it or do away with it all. dennis: top of the hour, stocks every 15 minutes, nicole petallides. we are up. nicole: we're up for now. they're all posting up arrows. up about a half of 1% and regain that momentum. back with the up arrows once again, the major averages, the s&p 500 a gain of more than half a percent, the tech heavy nasdaq the best of three quarters of 1%. as far as what we're seeing in wall street, the thick of earnings season. reporting their quarterly numbers, the market moving events such as 3m. down over 2%. microsoft is another name on the m
>> my program, charles, cheryl. connell it's yours. connell: thank you. we'll have more on the death of margaret thatcher at the age ever 87 that was talk about, a champion of smaller government and rights and how her legacy relates to the fiscal problems the world has today. that's coming up. where do the markets go now. earnings start to roll in after the ugly jobs report friday. giving you a forward looking perspective on that. the threat calling for more education to combat this growing dangerous to the economy, and, also, we have more debts than china blamed on the spread of the bird flu. those stories and more coming up on "markets now." ♪ welcome to "markets now," and dagen has the day off. before we get to economics around the world, we talk about the future for the markets, talk about the present day. nebraska coal starting off, first of many editions of stocks now. good morning. >> good morning, connell, good morning, everybody. a strong u.s. dollar as you noticed, kicking off earnings season watching alcoa closely today after the bell. they are in focus. rig
missed out on this whole market. cheryl and dennis are just ahead. connell: we have a fight ruing over a tax on beer. dennis and cheryl will have that also. stay with us. ♪ connell: a great number on jobs, we've covered that, justin bieber, norway, and everything else in between, i guess, and it's dennis and cheryl's turn for that. dagen: that's right. what was that about? connell: she swung at me. cheryl: i felt sorry for the 12-year-old girls going to bieber concerts, and in ten years they will be embarrassed they were fans. dagen: i have my duran duran memorabilia, and i'm not ashamed. connell: ten years he'll still be rocking. cheryl: i'm cheryl casone. down on jobs, just talking about it, the dow is lower after a disappointing adp jobs report and weak ism number. coming up, we have a bull who says there are still plenty of opportunities for market players. dennis: new research shows most 401(k) # investors missed out on the bull market, and our guests ahead says retirement investors turn from stocks, and they shouldn't. cheryl: a fight brewing over a tax on beer. talking with a
. dagen: i didn't do the hog call earlier. connell: dennis and cheryl on the way in for the next hour of "markets now." they're going to talk not about hog calls but the twitter threat to the marks among other things. dagen: and the first legal on line poker game in the u.s. taking place in the next hour. cheryl and dennis are all over that. stay with "markets now." ♪ [ male announcer ] this is karen and jeremiah. they don't know it yet, but they're gonna fall in love, get married, have a couple of kids, [ children laughing ] move to the country, and live a long, happy life together where they almost never fight about money. [ dog barks ] because right after they get married, they'll find some retirement people who are paid on salary, not commission. they'll get straightforward guidance and be able to focus on other things, like each other, which isn't rocket science. it's just common sense. from td ameritrade. dennis: it's high noon. cheryl: blockbuster housing numbers out today. home prices up by the most in almost seven years. consumer confidence up as well but the dow down by si
. cheryl: thank you. charles payne. credit card swipe fees. retailers say they are not ready to let the credit card companies off the hook on that. we will have the money behind the story. is it easier to raise money to tell these important stories? first, a look at our world currencies are faring today on markets now against the dollar. we will be right back. ♪ ♪ >> i have your fox news minute. a shooting rampage has left 13 people dead. officials say a 16-year-old man went to five houses this morning killing his mother, son and neighbors, including a 2-year-old baby. family members of the sandy hook victims are in washington to meet with senators and lobby for tougher gun laws. at least 14 republican senators have threatened to filibuster the proposed gun legislation. in philadelphia, the football league has just ended. more than 4200 former players are suing the nfl for allegedly concealing known risks to the brain from head injuries. the judge did not give a date on the ruling on whether the case will go to trial. those are your headlines. connell: thank you very much. retai
, is it time for you to get in and buy just one for the exit? we have cheryl and dennis taking over on "markets now." they have an all star panel just ahead. dagen: why is gold even related to the dow jones industrial average? satellite tv company dish puts up a bid for sprint nextel. stay with us. tossing and turning have given way to sleeping. where sleepless nights yield to restful sleep, and lunesta eszopiclone can help you get there, like it has for so many people before. do not take lunesta if you are allergic to anything in it. when taking lunesta, don't drive or operate machinery until you feel fully awake. walking, eating, driving or engaging in other activities while asleep without remembering it the next day have been reported. lunesta should not be taken together with alcohol. abnormal behaviors may include aggressiveness, agitation, hallucinations or confusion. in depressed patients, worsening of depression, includinrisk of suicide, may occur. alcohol may increase these risks. allergic reactions such as tongue or throat swelling occur rarely and may be fatal. side effects may inclu
. and home fell on cars and muni wires. i'm eric thomas. >> cheryl: i'm cheryl jennings. it knocked out to power to 20,000 people and left a medication of downed trees and debris behind. now, the cleanup is under way. it made a huge mess for drivers. ocean beach, high winds are blowing sand cross it,. a huge tree fell on gonzalez drive and it tore up the sidewalk. we have live coverage started with cornell bernard. >> list have just reopened 18th avenue after somebody noticed something strange and pretty dangerous at the top of this abandoned movie theater. a piece of the old marque blown lose by the high winds. >> a large piece of sheet metal hangs dangerously off the old theater. store owners below are uneasy. >> it could have killed somebody. >> san francisco police closed 18th avenue to keep pedestrians away as firefighters use a ladder truck to secure the russ if i piece of metal. >> it would be pretty dangerous. we got it secured with ropes up there. >> reporter: blocks away high winds toppled a tree causing it to fall on 48th avenue. luckily nobody hurt here. crews removed this t
: and a boston business owner paying the price for the terror manhunt. cheryl and dennis have those stories coming up. "markets now" continues. thank you orville and wilbur... ...amelia... neil and buzz: for teaching us that you can't create the future... by clinging to the past. and with that: you're history. instead of looking behind... delta is looking beyond. 80 thousand of us investing billions... in everything from the best experiences below... to the finest comforts above. we're not simply saluting history... we're making it. cheryl: after the dow's worst week of the year, most of the dow jones industrials, most of these names in the red on some rough earnings and economic news. this as global c.e.o.'s are still not ready to spend their cash. dennis: boston's bombing suspect talks to authorities. cheryl: federal budget cuts means you should budget for extra time at the airport. we're live at washington's reagan national. sequestration is affecting travellers there and across the country today. dennis: and stocks now every 15 minutes. we have nicole at the floor of the new york stock
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will be on with cheryl and dennis and the next hour of markets now. for japanese automakers are recalling nearly 3.5 million vehicles. the airbags are at risk of catching fire. they were all manufactured in or after the year 2000. no injuries or deaths have been reported as a result of that. let's take a look at toyota motor shares. actually, along with stocks in general. let's talk a little bit about this bitcoin. look at this drop. the underground currently with a hit yesterday. $120 is where it is trading. the major online exchange claims it is having such a massive following. the online exchange is having exploding volume. they said it led to some panic selling. bitcoin. another denial of service attacks. we talked about some of the risks here. tomorrow, the bitcoin business, we will be here in new york at a lounge and restaurant called ever. one of the first restaurant that except bitcoin. tablets and smart phones killing the demand for personal computers. we will see if there are some hopes for companies behind the desktop. we will also talk to mark fahlberg. the most brutal prediction yet.
is here to say the president's budget is dead on arrival in congress. cheryl: why you may see newt gingrich walking around with these strange looking glasses. going to get the paparazzi on that one, dennis. dennis: yep. nicole on the floor of the new york stock exchange, rally, baby. >> what else do the glasses do? are they just glasses or something more? rally, baby, indeed. if you're a beau out there, you're glad to see stocks up. the nasdaq up 3/4 of 1%. s&p 500 up over a half a percent as well. certainly the requirement is a good one on wall street. the dollar is stronger. retailers, drugs, banks, all indices are to the upside. the transports are pulling back. oil services also with up arrows. up arrows with the exception, really, of hewlett packard. and that's on a goldman sachs sell rating but you're seeing a lot of names on the united health care as is humana in the s&p 500 because of news by the government. many of the names are hitting multi-year highs as well. so a day out there that's great for the bulls. back to you. cheryl: thank you so much. and health care one of th
coverage of this later on. cheryl and dennis in the next part of markets now. they will look at $400 a share and whether that is the new normal. dagen: paying for the president's budget. if you are making more than $200,000 a year, you will be picking up a bit part of the debt. connell: on a big day for the markets, the s&p winners. netflix. that is the big story. look at that. ♪ why are 8 million people why are 8 million people sleeping better tonight? they went to a sleep number store. the only place in the world you'll find the sleep number bed. a bed with dual air technology that allows you to adjust to the support your body needs. each of your bodies. the only place you'll find our bed-clinically proven to help each of you sleep more soundly. and the only place you'll find sleep professionals that will help you find a number that will change your life. your sleep number setting. you won't find any of these innovations in an ordinary mattress store. you'll only find sleep number at one of our over 400 stores nationwide. and now you can save $400 on the only memory foam bed with
a night-knit family of dancing pros like tony dovolani, and cheryl burke. >> you are like a circus family and i mean that in only the best way. >> we're a dysfunctional family. >> if you watch a sitcom, we're like the regulars. we come back year after year. >> reporter: derek has been a fan favorite since his little sister urged him to join the cast. dancing is in their blood. they have racked up world titles alongside their many mirror ball trophies. >> i love to inspire and motivate and talk to people. >> reporter: to motivate them to do what? >> in general, just to live, man. that sounds really cheesy. >> reporter: beyond dancer, choreographer and reality star, he now has sentenced to producing. >> they call me happy feet. i literally -- this is intimate sort of connection. it is not just sensual. it is emotional. i'm getting super deep. sometimes it can be spiritual if it is a really special moment. we're doing things like this. a little pull and a little push. keep it in the center. like these little things that you don't see. >> this is very seductive, by the way. ♪ >> reporter: t
the navy to scrap all blue angel seos for the rest of the year. good morning, i'm cheryl jennings. >> kristen: i'm kristen sze. they do have their critic in san francisco but they have been a huge boom to businesses. live on the embarcadero with more on this developing story. fleet week is still happening without the star attraction? >> reporter: so far so good but not with the blue angels. you know how painful it is for aviation enthusiasts. you can blame the sequester as you said. the pentagon has to deal with budget cuts because of it and it looks like entertainment will be the first to take a hit. the navy says all the performances are cancelled. so no f-18 fighters streaking through the skies. the squadron will stay in pensacola, florida and fly just enough to stay proficient and safe. san francisco business depends a lot on the revenue generated by fleet week and blue angel performances and organizers say they will take a hit. >> a lot of people will come out saturday morning is the parade of ships. that i don't know about it. we may not get a parade 6 ships. that will be th
to see jay carney to update us. i'm cheryl:. dennis: i'm dennis kneale. another envelope showing up, directed at president obama. cheryl: update here, at this point as richard reported with dagne, the heart in the buildings colossianed now, two to three suspicious packages have been found. also, letters being sent, preliminary letter internet to president obama containing ricen, a poisen found in beans, but now all of this, of course k on the heels of the events in boston. we have high tension now in washington. dennis: it's this, you'd think it might come from the same source whoever that might be and bipartisan. the first to a republican; right? cheryl: right. it is the top the hour. bringing on nicole. we may interrupt you, nicole, apologies, but how are the markets looking, noted dpoo, absolutely. >> absolutely. this is breaking news, covering it for you on the dow jones industrials, 145 points, worth one percentage point and the s&p 5 # 00 down 1.5%. nasdaq down 2% today. of course, worries here at home with suspicious packages and envelopes and terror in boston, and so all of
in the bay area? here is a look. >> reporter: hi, cheryl. we're seeing a break in the rain. a little bit of blue sky and some sun. we're over interstate 880 where bu earlier it was treacherous commute. >> a soggy commute greeted monday morning drivers on 280 where the skyline was very visible. on king street umbrellas were popping up everywhere changing routines of people trying to get work. >> i take a muni but i usually walk. >> i don't like it. >> not much sun here. keeping the floor dry was a challenge. >> its hazard. probably the worst out here. >> he was on shopping cart retrieval duty, not easy on a day like this. >> customers throw them out there. they slide. you can't handle them. >> as shoppers went to the cars to keep dry, she left her umbrella in the car. >> i really do enjoy the rain because i think we need it even though they say there is a lot of snow, i think we need the rain. i grew up in the midwest. >> and just got off the phone with the chp. it was very busy day for them. one fatal accident on 780 in benicia this morning. the chp says the records are still slick and a
that the captain mentioned just moments ago. we'll tell you more about that as soon as we find out. >> cheryl: contra costa county health officials are dealing with a case of tuberculosis at a student in antioch. that means students and staff were exposed may have to be tested a couple of times. amy hollyfield joins us outside the health department in martinez. >> reporter: good morning. health officials tell us the student is okay. is no longer infectious and is back at school. now the focus is making sure that t.b. doesn't spread. >> health care workers will be at deer valley handgun to test students for tuberculosis. some parents say they don't think they can wait that long. >> i wish it were today. i'm sure everything will be fine. >> i'll get her tested. as a matter of fact when we get home from school today i'll take her. >> a student tested positive for t.b. in march. after conducting an investigation they decided all kids in the infected students's classes and extracurricular activity should be tested. parents were called yesterday. >> it's a little unnerving. its serious situation. i
, that is if they got enough sleep last night to clean it all up. amy hollyfield, "abc 7 news". >> cheryl: the east bay is also experiencing some weather-related headaches. >> tree branches fell on to several cars parked on ridge view driver. at pacheco the wild weather ripped plants out. >> good morning. all the advisories out there, north bay valleys, you are not under this wind advisory but everybody else, gusts up to 45 miles an hour until 8:00. we also have at airport warning for gusts around 50 miles per hour especially at sfo to lesser extent san jose and oakland. the water is just as dangerous. gale warning for the bay water and gusted up to 55 miles an hour. for a look at traffic, let's turn it over. >> san mateo bridge is one of many bridges that has a high wind advisory. there is a high wind advisory on all the toll bridges and that should left a little later today. until then, you are still advised to drive a little slower under the speed limit out there. also i want to remind you great highway, that is still shut down probably until tomorrow. that is due to sand blowing on to the roadways
overnight in a shootout with the authorities. his 19-year-old brother, dzhokhar is on the run. cheryl: and mit police officer was killed in the line of duty last night. a violent night leading to the virtual closing of boston. rich edson is standing by at the white house. let's start with rich at the white house. rich. rich: officials have been gathering at the white house. the president did hold an hour-long briefing this morning with the vice president here at the west wing of the white house. what we are learning now from capitol hill, police believe that at-large suspect is still in the boston area. it is incredibly important to take him alive to find out if there is anyone else involved in these bombings. the fbi is also looking to see if there was any type of travel or out of country travel for these two guys or if they were radicalized inside the united states. the suspects uncle lives in montgomery village which is right outside of washington, d.c. invalid. he was asking his nephew to turn himself in. >> he put a shame on our family. he put a shame on our entire at ethnicity.
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. connell: the c.e.o. is coming up and he'll join cheryl and dennis next hour on "markets now". and all of that ahead on "markets now." cheryl: stocks are rallying on consumer spending data and blou chip name i.b.m. we have a guest coming up that says now is the time to get out of the comfort zone and take some risks with your money. dennis: and netflix shares are soaring. analyst says much like that title of the original show, the stock may be a house of cards. michael is coming up. cheryl: cisco c.e.o. joins us live from the white house on the public private partnership to help veterans get ready to work in technology and we'll ask about his disagreements with the white house and a lot more. dennis: nicole on the floor of the new york stock exchange. we got ourselves a rally. >> we do indeed. we're seeing tech rallying, up arrows across the board. tech sector doing very well. the nasdaq the best of the three indices that we follow so closely, up nearly one full percentage point. for the bulls out there, 72 points getting closer to 14,800 and even closer to 15,000 and that's what you'
not miss this, cheryl casone and charles payne coming up next on this. >> jack, here he goes. got blockers out in front. and he's running to midfield. listen to this crowd. jack hoffman, a young man, as i mentioned has been adopted by the football team, just scored a touchdown. oh, what a moment. stuart: yeah, what a moment. that was 7-year-old jack hoffman, the boy diagnosed with breast cancer, as you saw on the weekend played a roll in nebraska's spring football game on a 4th and 1 play jack took a hand off 69 yards to the touchdown and riding on the shoulders of the players afterwards, it's terrific, isn't it? good for the players and good for what they did and fine young man. brought a tear to my eye, i'm not kidding. and staying with sports, less heart warming. i want to know why the ncaa championship game tips off at 9:23 tonight. i'll be fast asleep by the time michigan and louisville tips off tonight. i'm not outraged. cheryl: why? why are you outraged? have you seen the ratings for march madness best thing that happened for cbs since blue bloods. amazing the number. stuart: it's a
or shine. >> cheryl: new this morning, san jose police identified a man suspected in a wild attack in a south bay walmart store. they say this man, 33-year-old man crashed his car into the store and then assaulted customers inside. four people were hurt and one seriously. this is video taken moments after the car crashed in the store. he was speeding through the parking lot, hit two cars and tried to run several people over and crashing inside the store and he waved a club at people before he was taken into custody. he is being held without bail at santa clara jail. >>> san francisco police are looking for a man that shot two people aboard a muni bus last night. it happened before 10:00. a woman was shot in the stomach and man was hit in the leg. it's not clear what promted the shooting. they are looking for any information a man with long curly hair wearing a black beanie. >>> a highway patrol says a woman was using her cellphone when she crashed. it took place on highway 1 about 9:15 last night near carmet north of bodega. the car ran off the road and flipped into a drainage culv
for us and them -- now that's progressive. call or click today. cheryl burke is cha-cha-ing in depend silhouette briefs for charity, to prove that with soft fabric and waistband, the best protection looks, fits, and feels just like underwear. get a free sample and try for yourself. >>> this special edition of "nightline," caught, continues from boston with juju chang. >> as you can see, it's really begun to rain. perhaps a cleansing rain here in boston as the suspected boston bombers, their faces now tied to the carnage at the marathon. but what turned dzhokhar and tamerlan tsarnaev into terrorists? i'm joined now by our new abc news colleague, byron pitts. welcome to "nightline" and the rain. >> thank you very much. >> what can you tell us about these two men? >> juju, tonight a portrait of the suspected bombers is emerging. two brothers who came to the u.s. in 2003. like millions of immigrants, they came here in search of a better life. but something went terribly wrong. >> my sons would never, ever imagine that somehow the children of my brother would be associated with that. >> re
. that message got a lot of people, women especially, truly fired up. well, cheryl casone and liz mcdonald are here and you can bet they want to chime in on this one. watch out, boys. ♪ going to the chapel and we're gonna get married ♪ >> as if there wasn't enough pressure in college already, princeton alumni susan patten is putting another. here is what she wrote. here is what nobody is telling you, find a husband on campus before you graduate. she goes on to say you will never again have this concentration of men worthy of you. liz, cheryl, welcome to "varney & company," i have nothing to say on this whatsoever. how do you want to start out, cheryl. >> as the only single person at the table, the point is there's a higher concentration of single available men on the college campus. stuart: so she's right. >> i think she's right and it's true. once you get into the work force and people get older you get more spread out biz yers, get distracted and people start to get married in their 20's and that's the point and she also talks about the fact that men want younger women and i think t
. >>> cheryl sandburg says she is fighting for women in the workplace. >> women have held 14% of the top jobs in corporate america for ten years. ten years of exactly no progress. >> tonight the secret she is sharing. >>> plus -- >> outrage after video surfaces of a college basketball coach abusing and berating players over the course of three years. >>> and police arrest a driver in his 70s after he hits a man and a house. find out why, next. >>> a demolition project in palo alto got a head start when a man ran his car into a house. the driver hit a man on the front lawn. the victim was taken to the hospital with broken bones. he is expected to survive. as for the home it was scheduled to be torn down. >> is it slated for demolition next week. they are doing a complete redo of the house and it was scheduled for demo and they were moving their belongings out of the house today. that's what they were doing when the incident occurred. the victim was one of the movers hired by the family. the driver was arrested for suspicion of driving under the influence. >>> a two-time olympic gold medalist h
department from greg sir to denise flair erty and cheryl jennings and the girl friday and kept us moving all day and to the communications that we got the word out through the media and laura who kept us moving today and financial support. if you read about the justice department in the paper you know we can't pay for anything. when people come to my office quite literally i can't give them coffee. people think the government is high flying and i am here to tell you it's not true. there was support for this event and we couldn't be more grateful to the people that made this possible and the rosenberg foundation and they are here, the san francisco foundation and dr. sander herself and a round of applause, the california endowment and others provided tremendous financial support so thank you very much for that. [applause] . we really do appreciate it and the cohost and mary lee and tom torque son and who you met this morning and our next panel is planning for student safety opportunity and success and planning for action around the bay. our moderator is jill tucker an education reporter
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department of education. the report show there's is still huge achievement gap. laura? >> hi, cheryl. well, here in richmond high, nearly one person of the senior dz not graduate with their class last year but there is a nonprofit group stepping up to mentor students here to help make going to college a reality for many. jer regardo is a freshman standout in the st. mayor ease college soccer neem a four-year school. something he and his friends never dreamed they could attend. >> we're in the same boat. it's about the money. and that we're scared of going somewhere we won't probably make it. >> he graduated last year from richmond high school. just 71% of the hispanic students joined him in 2012. his younger brother is a freshman there. and both participated a program. college is real is a group of professionals who volunteer as mentors to keep kids on the path towards graduation. >> i as a mentor am just before as kind of a sounding board we have lunch maybe once per month. >> according to state department of education 78.5 prgs of the high school seniors graduated with their class. at ri
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boy tied during a game of chicken with two friends and an amtrak train. cheryl hurd joins us this eving with the latest. >> reporter: it happened here along the railroad tracks. just before 7:00 this evening, a teenage boy was hit by an amtrak train. these are pictures of the accident scene late this evening. sheriff's deputies say three boys were running along the tracks, playing a game of chicken. one was hit by the train. the other two boys were not injured. their parts came to the scene tonight along with clergy. police say this is a horrible accident and they have a message for young people and parents. >> their children should not be on the tracks, it should not be a short cut home. it's very important people recognize that. this is a very rare occurrence and a very sad incident that occurred tonight. >> reporter: the streets here were blocked off for about two hours. this accident is under investigation. reporting live, i'm cheryl hurd, nbc bay area news. >> thank you, cheryl. >>> up in smoke. oakland officials are investigating a fire at a marijuana grow facility. it
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